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HISTORICAL SlxET CH.
Tim city of Lexington is situzited in latitude 38° O2' north:
longitude XP 2•i’ west_; 517 miles froni Washington City, 25
miles southeast from Frankfort, the Capital of the State, 77
miles southeast from Louisville, and 85 miles south from Cincin-
V nati; it is surrounded by one of the most beautiful and fertile
regions that is to be found upon the continent. There is per-
haps no spot upon the face of the globe that yields so uniformly
an abundant return for the labor of the planter as that portion
of Kentucky laying contiguous to and tributary to the city of
Lexington. `
Fayette county (in which the city of Lexington is situated)
was formed in 1780 by the State of Virginia, and is one of the °
three original counties that at one time comprised the entire dis- i
triet of Kentucky—and embraced all that territory beginning at ° {
the mouth of the Kentucky river, and extending up its middle
fork to the head, and embracing the eastern portion of the pres-
ent State; it received its name as a testiiuonial of gratitude to ..
(ieneral Gilbert Mortier de La Fayette.
Lexington is the seat of justice for the county of Fayette-
about the first of April, 1776, a ‘bloek-house was built on
the site now occupied by T. W. White & Bi·o. as a dry goods i
store—corner of Main and Mill streets——and the settlement
j t commenced under the influence of Colonel Robert Patterson,
joined by Messrs. McConnells, Lindsays and James Masterson.
j Major John Morrison removed his family soon after from at
· » Ilarrodsburg, and the lady of that gentleman was the first white
(~ female that graced the infant settlement. It received its name
in commemoration of the battle of Lexington, where the first
i blood was shed in our first struggle for political liberty. ,
2 Lexington was incorporated by the Virginia Legislature in  

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Q _ 1782, and was for several years the seat of Government for thc  
  l State.  
{ The first improvement consisted of three rows of cabins, the  
two outer serving as a part of the walls of the fortification,
which extended from White`s corner to about where Gilbert`s tin _
l ware an·l stove store now stands, on Main street. The buildings
  were first erected on this spot, principally for convenience to
I water, the public spring, a splendid gushing stream, debouehing
from the earth about midway of the block of buildings
T now occupied by J. A. Harper, W. J. & J. Clark, J. J. llunt & ·
l Co., and Jno. T. Miller. .
,° The first plat of the city calls for Walnut, Mulberry, ['pper,
_ Middle (now Mill), Main Cross (now Broadway), Spring,
~ Lower, and Jefferson streets, from east to west, and Iligh, Wa-
V ter, Main, Short, Church, Second, Third, Fourth, Fifth, Sixth
and Seventh streets, from north to south.
On the 11th day of August, 1787, the first number of the
_ Kentucky Gazette was published by John & Fielding Bradford,
E l this was the first newspaper published in Kentucky, and the
j · second in age west of the mountains, a Pittsburg paper being the
; oldest.
V t For many years Lexington was the commercial metropolis of
5 the Ohio valley, merchants from other towns and cities purchas- 4
{ ing their supplies of dry goods, groceries, iron, nails, salt, etc., at
’ wholesale from the Lexington merchant and manufacturer.
In 1794, Mr. West, a gunsmith, constructed a steamboat on a
· small scale, which, in the presence of a large concourse of citi-
zens, he tried on the Town fork of Elkhorn, previously damfued ;
up for the purpose, and it is said it moved through the water
. with great velocity. This city being at that time the point at
E which all the nails used in the valley were manufactured, Mr. J
  West also invented the machine now used for cutting nails.
{   The subject of education occupied the attention of the settlers
‘ T of Lexington at a very early date—two schools had been estab- T
lished—one called the Transylvania Seminary, and the other the l
I Kentucky Academy ; in 1798 the Legislature consolidated these l
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3 and endowed the new institution with liberal land grants, under
j the title of Transylvania University. At this institution many of
l the ablest men in' the Mississippi Valley have received their
E education. After having passed through many changes it
_ is now merged in the Kentucky L`niversity, with a more
thorough organization than at any period of its existence. All
the branches of science are new being taught in this institution,
including Theology, Law, Agriculture, Military Tactics, and, in
a short time they expect to be able to announce a full course of
. Medical lectures.
, The C niversity has been amply endowed, and has now, perhaps, •
as fine a corps of Professors as any similar institution on the
continent. The buildings and grounds now occupied are the Old
Transylvania College. The Masonic IIall,and Ashland, late the
farm and home of the Ilon. Henry Clay, which contains 433
acres of land. The matriculates in the University for the Session t
18tit3-7, were 502, and there is no institution of learning in our
country whose prospects are more bright, for a lengthened career :
of usefulness.
To that clever, liberal and genial gentleman, John B. Bowman, i {/'
Esq., are our citizens indebted for the splendid success of the it
Institution—may he live a thousand years and his shadow never
A grow less. _ ·
The Eastern Lunatic Asylum, located in the northern suburbs
of the city is another public institution of which our people may _,
well be proud.
A This institution was first founded by the city, but subsequently '
’· transferred to the Commonwealth of Kentucky. The present
buildings are capable of acconnnotlating about 300 patients.
The grounds now attached to it and belonging to the State con-
V tain about 300 acres, which are cultivated mostly by the patients, ,;
for the benefit of the inmates ofthe Asylum. An additional
building is now in course of erection, 440 feet long, 50 feet wide,
i three stories and a basement, which, when completed, will add
l *250 additional rooms for the reception of patients. ,
Dr. W. S. Chipley (with his accomplished assistant, Dr. S. P.  

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! i Dudley, Jr.,) has been for many years the Physician and Super- i
    intendent of this institution. Dr. Chipley has made the study
of insanity his specialty. He has visited Europe, and most of the
ll Insane Asylums on this continent; and the cures effected under ..
; his supervision and treatment, bear as large a proportion to the
· _ number admitted, as appear in the reports of any other Insane
li Institution in the United States. The following table will show
i the number admitted, discharged, etc., since 1824, a period of
` forty-two years:
Males. Feniales. Total.
  ‘ _ Admitted ...................   ........................... 1776 036 13712 I
.   Discharged, Recovered ................................. 729 29% 1027 ·.
‘ ¢_ Died ............... . ........................................ 620 409 1029
A Eloped .......................... . ......................... . 120 16 I36
’r Removed .................... . ..... . ....................... . 156 108 264
f Remaining October 1, 1866 .................. . ......... 148 105 2.31
The city has three flourishing Common Schools in successful
operation, each being conducted by one Principal Male Teacher
· and three assistant females. There are annually taught in these
·.   three schools about one thousand pupils, free of charge to the
° parents. There are a number of other private institutions of
i C learning in the city. The Sayre Female College, S. R. Williams ~
i Principal; St. Catherine’s Academy; Rev. Mr. Mullins` Female
_ 1 ` School; Rev. Mr. Totten’s Male and Female School, etc. There
2 is, perhaps, no city in the Union that furnishes more or better •
1 facilities for the education of the youth of both sexes than the i
‘ city of Lexington. The country adjacent is healthy, the climate
_ mild and salubrious, the society good, churches of all denom-
inations abundant, access to public libraries easy—our city will 5
certainly be a great educational center. *
There are other public institutions in the city, but our limited
i space will not permit us to speak of them in cxlenso. The Lex- `
g ington Library contains about 12,000 volumes of miscellaneous
i ’ p books. The Lexington Cemetery, a beautiful resting place for the
' .r dead, is located in the western suburb of the city—in this ground
p 1 rest the remains of the immortal Henry Clay; the Federal and
Confederate dead also occupy separate lots in this Cemetery.
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a The Northern Bank of Kentucky, the First National, and City
National Banks, together with several private bankers, furnish
monetary facilities to our merchants and traders.
·» The pages of our Directory have been prepared with great
care, and we think it is more accurate than any Directory of
the City has heretofore been niade. This has cost a great deal
of labor and considerable pecuniary outlay. ()ur only aim has
been to produce a reliable Directory ;—we think we have ae-
complished this object.
Q To the kind friends who have rendered us assistance in our
undertaking we return our sincere acknowleilgnients. A. M.
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¥  i` Rose south from Main next east of Mulberry.
=   4 Second west from Mulberry next north of Church.
epi Seventh east from Broadway to Corporation Line next north of Sixth.
It Short from Payne to Dewees next. north of Main.
'   Sixth east from west Corporation Line to east Corporation Line.
i i Spring from Main to Bolivar next west of Broadway.
> V Stephen from Upper to Rose next south of Fair Ground.
R Third from Georgetown Road to Scott's Pond next north of Second.
  Todd west from Jefferson to Georgetown north of Wit·klifi'e.
· Upper from Seventh to south Corporation Line next west of Mulberry.
i- Versailles Road southwest from west end of High.
. Vine from Mulberry to Lower next south of Water,
E Walnut from Main to Fourth next east of Mulberry.
 L, Water from Mulberry to Locust next south of Main.
“   Wickliffe west from Jefferson to Georgetown nor*h of Short.
' Winslow from Mulberry to Rose next south of Maxwell.
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Boundaries of Wards.
i _; FIRST W;\RD—Comprises all the territory south of Main and west
'i , of Mill to Corporation Line.
i SECOND WARD—Cou~prises all the territory north of Main and
j west of Market. and on a direct line from north end of Market
7 to Corporation Line.
’ THIRD WARD-—Comprises all the territory north of Main and cast
` p oi Market, and on a direct line from north end of Market to
; Corporation Line.
{ FOURTH W.hRD—(‘omprises all the territory south of Main and
i east of Mill to Corporation Line.
City Government
i   CITY ELECTION rinsr s.·u‘UaDAY IN MARCH.
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`   Council meets first Thursday in every month, at City 1Iall, west
{ end Hunt’s Row.
. . MAYOR.
· * Jerry T. Frazer. Term expires Mareh 10, 1868.
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ATTORNEY.
T. N. Allen. Term expires March 10.1868.
ASBESBOR. U
Jelin R. Cleary. Term expires Mareln 10, 1809.
JUDGE OP CITY COURT.
Speed 8. Goodloe. Term expires September 1, 1870.
CLERK OP CITY COURT.
C`. Slnryoek. Term expires September 1, 1870.
MARSHAL.
Uenj. )1e)1urtry. Term expires January 1, 1869.
DEPUTY MARSHAL.
Frank Creglian. Term expires January 1, 1869.
TREASURER.
B. T. Milton. Term expires March 10, 1868. ·
KEEPER POOR AND WORK HOUSE.  
Jno. Rodgers. Term expires March 10, 1868.
CAPTAIN NIGHT WATCH.
Richard Ilasoner. Term expires March 10, 1868.
CITY CLERK. A
IIiram Reese. Term expires March 10, 1868.
COLLECTOR.
BI. 8. Dewden. Term expires March 10, 1868.
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AUDITOR.
L. P. Young. Term expires March 10, 1868.
PHYSICIAN.
Dr. R. A. Gibney. Term expires March 10, 1868.  
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“`urd 1.—I\I. G. Thompson. Term expires Mnreli IRGR.
Dr. S. Price. ~ ·· ·~ 1s·:n_
Jn0._C. Young. " ‘* " NTU.
. mira 2.-Even Lilly. ·= ·· ·· 1Hti<,
;` J. M. Graves. " " " 1*39.
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  Ward 3.-J. H. Lnmlemun. " " ‘· 1868,
g J. II. Baker. ·* ·= ·· 1»<•:s•,
. O. P. Beard. " " " 1870.
l \Vnrd 4.—Jesse Wuo¢lruH`. " " " 1868.
J. F. Il·»binson,jr. " “ " 1869,
i ` D. Mulligan. " " " 1870.
l SUBORDINATE NIGHT WATCH.
First W:1rd—l·`. G. Wnrslmnn.
. Sr:-nntl *· —lIirz1m(`limes.
, Tlrirtl " —Jno. )It·(`urtin.
Fourth " —-Gabriel Martin.
HEALTH OFFICER.  
1 (‘lms. A. Wiekliffe. Term expires Mnreli 10, 1869.
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COUNTY JUDGE.
Ben. F. Graves; otlice, Court House. Term expires September,
N70.
CIRCUIT JUDGE.
\\'m. C. Goodloe; ofliee, Court House. Term expires September,
1868.
COUNTY ATTORNEY.
W. C. 1*. Breekinridge; office. Court IIouse. Term expires Sep-
tember, 1570.
COMMONWEALTH ATTORNEY.
Wm. S. Downey; otlice, north side Short between Upper and Mul-
berry. Term expires September, ISGS.
CLERK OP CIRCUIT COURT.
John B. Norton; otIi<·e, Court House. Term expires September, , Z
ISGS. C. F. Lowry, Deputy.  
CLERK OP COUNTY COURT.
A. G. Hunt; oflice, Court House. Term expires September, 1870. ’
Jos. Rhodes, Deputy. `
SHERIPP.
W. W. Dowden; oiice, Court House. Term expires September,
1870. Deputies, Asa McConathy, Geo. W. Didluke.
CORONER.
4 Alex. Moore; oHiee, east side south Upper between Main and
Water. Term expires September, 1870.
Asszzsson. rt
p Jus. D. Spruke. Term expires September, 1870.
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C IV. B. Talbott. ,
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      J. L. Darnaby. Term expires September, 1870.
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JAILOR.
  T. B. Megowan. north-west corner Mulberry and Upper. Term
 . expires September, 1870.
  MAGISTRATES.
... _ 3 J. G. (‘hinn—8tl1 Distriet—o8iee, east side north Mulberry between
/· l Main and Short.
, ® M. B. Johnson——Stl1 Distriet—oHiee, north side east Short between
 * ' Upper and Mulberry.
 l, W. W. Graves—7th District-oHiee, south side west Short between
Qin j ` Broadway and Spring.
· l R. A. (}ibany—7th District-—oHiee, south side west Main between
, _ Mill and Broadway.
' CONBTABLES.
Alonzo Murray———8th Distriet—oHice, north side east Short between
Upper and Mulberry.
_. , J no. K. Ilcnesey-#7th Distriet——oHiee, southeast corner Mill and
J ` Second.
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Fayette County Courts.
i   CIRCUIT COURT.
  ` First Monday in February and Second Monday in June. Criminal
and Equity Tertu—Seeond Monday in August.
A i COUNTY COURT.
.   Every Monday, Tuesday and Saturday of each month. _
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l First Monday in March, June, September and Deceinber ol` each
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REGULAR COURT.
Last Thursday in each month.
 
Educational.
Kentucky University, n s e 4th bt Broadway and Upper.
Sayre Female institute e s n Mulberry bt Barr and Constitution.
St. Catherine Female Academy e s n Mulberry bt Constitution and
Third. i
St. John’s Academy w s Walnut bt Constitution and Third.
Mrs. Pinekards Female Academy n w c Short and Upper.
City Schools Nos 1, 2. and 3.
Morton School s e c Short and Walnut.
Harrison School s s w Main bt Merino and Georgetown.
Dudley School n e c Mill and Maxwell.
Mrs. l{hoton`s School e s w Main bt Merino and Georgetown.
Catholic Parochial School w s Mechanic alley bt Short and Second.
Christ Church Seminary w s n Broadway bt Second and Third.
Fayette College w s s Broadway bt High and Maxwell.
Hollingsworths Commercial College n s w Main bt Mill and Broad-
way. *4,
COLORED BCHOOLS. ‘
Howard School n s e Church bt Upper and Mulberry. "
Talbott School w s n Upper bt Third and Fourth. A
Church Directory.
V PRDBBYTERIAN. .
{ First Presbyterian (majority Presbytery), corner of Broadway and
· Second streets. Rev. Dr. J. D. Matthews, pastor. Services, Sunday,
at 11 A. M., and 7§_r P. M. Wednesday evening at 7Q, prayer meet- _
' ing. F
ihirst Presbyterian (Assembly). This organization is without a
pastor, has applied tor possession ot` the buildings on Broadway, and
obtained an order of Court tor the use ot` the buildings for half the `
time.
g Second Presbyterian, Market street near Second. Rev. Robert G. Y`
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   i Brank. pastor. Services Sunday at ll A. M. and Tg r. M. “’cdnes-
; $, . day at  
1 i METHODIST.
l   Methodist Episcopal South, llizh Street near lippor. Rev. R. M.
`  · Messick pastor. Services Sunday at ll A. M.. and TQ 1*. M. Wed
, g nesday 75 P. M.
  Centenary Methodist, corner ot` Broadway and Church. Rev. J. R.
_  ;_ Earls, pastor. Services Sunday ll A. M., and Tg 1·. M. tlicdncsday
5. Q Tg P. M.
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i l BAPTIST.
I at ·¥ First Baptist, for the present at Odd Fellows' Hall, at ll A. M,
`   ll Rev. W. ll. Felix. Friday evening T} o`cl0ek at Second Presbyterian
I church.
`. i Second Rzptist, Rev. Win. M. Pratt. pastor. Place ot` worship,
~ room ovcr the City Library, opposite thc lipiicopal church. `Preach-
ing at ll o`:-lock A. M., and S o`clock 1*. M. ’rayer meeting Vcdncs-
day night; Church meeting first Wednesday night, und Sunday School
l Concert first Sunday night iu each month.
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  ' Christ Church, corner Market and Church streets. Rev. J. S.
i Shipman rector; Sunday at ll A. M., and   1*. M., and 10 A. M., on
; Friday, and 5 1*. M., on Wednesday ol' each week.
, CHRISTIAN.
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i   Christian Church, on Main above Limestone. J. WV. Mctiarvcy
i and President Robert Graham pastors; services, 11 A. M.Z1I1tlT§I’.
M., Sundays, and Té P. M. Wednesdays.
V CATHOLIC. i
  Catholic Church, on North Limestone, Rev. J. U. Beckkers. Ser- ,
vices 6. and 10 A. M., and 3 P. M. Sunda *s, and GJ; A. M. dail .
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{   Independent Baptist. s w c Merino and Main.
,   i Pleasant Green Baptist, s e c Lower and Maxwell.
  1 First African Baptist s w e Short and Dcwces. _
* l · M. ]·}.Church, col’d., s s Water n ot' Ayres Alley.
· Christian, col`d s s e 4th b Upper and Mulberry.
` M. E. Church, Atricun, w s u Upper bt Second and Third. g
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Banks and Bankers.
' First National Bank. n s c Short between Market and Upper.
Northern Bank ot` Kentucky n w e Market and Short.
Lexington (`ity National Bank. n we (`heapside and Main.
Sayre D. A. & (`o., n e e Short and Mill.
(lrinstend & Bradley, e s n Ilpper between Main and Short.
Proctor & Hooker, s c e Upper and Short.
Fire Department.
Steam Fire Engine, Lexington, south side of` Short between Mul-
berry and Upper.
 
Railroad Time Table. ,
ARRIVALS AND DBPARTURBB. W li
Leave. Arrive. ·
Knxrecxr CENTRAL RAILROAD.
5;30 A. M ....................................................... 11:10 A. M . `
1:00 1-. sr ....................................................... 7:00 P. M.
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7:00 1-. A1 ................... . .................................. 12:50 1·. :1. .
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5:35 A. M ....................................................... 10:35 A. M.
, 2:00 in M ......................... . ................ . ............ 7:20 1-. nr.
Public Buildings, Halls, &c.
Jordan‘s Row, east side Vpper between Main and Short. Y_
Higgins' Bleek, north-east corner Main and Upper. -
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i t   Melodeon Hall, south-west corner Main and Upper.
I U ° Post Ottice, south-west corner Mill and Short.
, { Odd Fellows` Hall, south-east corner Main and Broadway.
Qt,  Eastern Lunatic Asylum, north side Fourth between C. and L. Rail-
ii 3 way and Georgetown Road.
 · City Poor and Work House, south-west corner Upper and Bolivar.
_ if Court House, between Cheapside and Upper and Main and Short.
·  i Fayette County Jail, north-west corner Mulberry and Short.
b ~ Orphan Asylum, north side Third between Broadway and Jefferson.
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V ’ Grand Hall, north·east corner Short and Walnut.
Lexington Lodge. No. 1. organized October, 1800, meets at Grand
l Hall, first and third Fridays ot` every month.
; { Daviess Lodge, No. 22, organized about 1813; meets Grand Hall,
  · first Monday ot` every month.
,   Devotion Lodge, No. 100, organized August, 1815:; meets Odd .
Q i Fellows' Hall, 1st and 3d Tuesdays ot` every month.
· Good Samaritan Lodge, No. 174, organized October, 1847; meets
i Court House every Monday night.
Temple (‘hapter, No. 19, organized about 1832; meets Court 1Iouse,
° Ist and Sd Tuesdays ot` every month.
i Lexington Royal Arch Chapter, No. 1; meets Grand Hall 1st
i Wednesday of every month.
f Hwashington Council, N0. 1, organized about 1826; meets Grand
a .
_ , yebl} Encampmerilt, No. 1, organized about 1817; meets lst Sat- ·
ur ay 0 every mont .
I
INDEPENDENT ORDER OP ODD PELLOWB.
, Fmnsnsniv Lenox-: No. 5, meets Friday evenings. Hall corner of i
l Main street and Broadway. _ »
j V COVLLNANT Lonum, No. 22, meets Saturday evenings. Hall corner
, ol` Main street and Broadway.
{  , V l\1Enr:p~i{ Loptfgz, Mio. 31, meets Monday evenings. Hall corner ol`
l , E I 1 lllll Hill TOD wily. g
I ‘ B1~:’riu-zsna 1‘lNCAM1’MEN'1‘, No. 15, meets second and fourth Tuesdays. i
' Hall corner of Main and Broadway. .
V Lnxisorox Daunaa Looon. No. 3, meets at Odd Fellows` Hall sec- 2
ond and Fourth Thursdays of each month. `  

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Cemeteries
LEXINGTON CEMETERY.
North side Main west of (‘ovington & Lexington Railroad.
EPIBCOPAL CEMETERY.
North side Winchester between Walnut and Back streets.
Q SAINT PATRICK CEMETERY.
North side Winchester between Walnut and Back streets.
PREBBYTERIAN CEMETERY
West side Mulberry between Sixth and Seventh streets}
Miscellaneous
, Eastern Lunatic Asylum—North side of` Fourth between George- i
town Pike and Kentucky Central Railroad. Instituted 1824. __
Suxton’s Cornet and Orchestral Band—()rganized June 22, 1861. ~  
Henry A. Saxton, Jr.. Leader; Henry A. Saxton, Sr., Conductor.
Lexington Gas Compauy—Established 1854. South side Main i`
between Spring and Lower. Alexander Jeffrey, President; T. ,
Lewinski, Secretary. · `
Lexington Library—Organized February 10, 1801. East side ·
Upper between Main and Short Streets (Jordan`s Row). Number of
volumes in Library supposed to be between 12,000 and 13,000 copies.
· Library open Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Saturdays of each week,
from   o`cloek to 12 M.
Orphan Asylum—North ‘sidc Third between Broadway and Jef- p
_ ferson streets.
  Race Course—East end of Fifth street. Lexington Association
. for the improvement of Horses.
J. K. Viley, President, E. E. Eagle, Secretary, _,
A. H. Brand, Vice President, J. A. Grinstead, Treasurer, i
I Jos. Wingate, Superintendent.
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  W5  L. BLACK & C0.,
  lin MANUFACTUIIERS ANDIDEALERS IN
ik ? HOOP SKIBTS, CORSETS, FANCY GOODS,
» 2  - Trimmings and Notions.
·_i  N0. 99 MAIN STREET.
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J L   N ORRIS & SON,
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  I LSTATIRXERS, RUTIRR, FRUIT AND 0l`Sl`ER DEALERS.
I Cox. Strom Asn Mun Sus., 01·1·0sm: Posrormcrs.
  1.nxma.:1·ox, nur.
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E W JAMES ll. DRAKE & (30., X
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  e REAL RSTAPR ALLN PS & AUUTIRNRRRS,
L   _; Short Street, bet. Mulberry and UpperStreets, ‘E
é , é LEXINGTON, KY-
' *     Have for Sale o. large number of Q
‘ City Residences Busluess Houses, Bulldlng Lots and Farms,
In this und thc mljuining Counties, Country Seats, Mills, etc., etc.
,1 No Clnryeu made •• Purchaueru. R

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MAYD XVELIBS
LEXINGTON DIRECTOR Y
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Adams tl. M. merchant, res e s Mulberry b Maxwell and Winslow
Adains ll. W. merchant, res e s Mulberry b Maxwell and Winslow
ADAMS G. M. & CO., (G. M., H. NV. & J. S. Poplin.) Jobbers
and Wholesale dealers in Staple and Fancy Dry Goods
s s Main b Mill and Upper.
I ADAMS EXPRESS CO., A. S. Hunt Agt., s e corner Main
and Broadway, under Odd Fellows` Hall. ',
Adams ll. eld porter lor (P. M. Adams & Co  
Adams 'l`hos. tin sniith at M. U. '1`houipson's s Upper street  
Adanis ll. M., Matheny & Adams, bds n s e Constitution b Mulberry
and Walnut · ,
Adams Mrs li. res w ss Spring b High & Maxwell
Adams 'l`hos.. stone cutter res w i·i Georgetown b Short and Scccnd °
Adams I). W. elk bds n e s Third b Mulberry and Walnut.
Adair Mrs. Jane assistant matron at Eastern Lunatic Asylum
Agnew llobt. carpenter res s e cor Upper and Mechanic.
, Aheren Daniel, shoemaker res s s Constitution b Walnut and Dewces
i Allen & Boyd (J. tl. A. & W. W. B.) wholesale and retail dealers in ,
Foreign and Iloniestie llry tloods and special agents tor Oldham
A Scotts Cotton Yarns, No. 16 w Main street
Allen Jno. U. (Allen & Boyd) res w s Broadway continued
`J Allen J. G., Jr., book keeper bds w s Broadway continued g
Allen ('apt. ll. W. student K. A. College, Ashland
Allen Chas. student K. A. College, Ashland
. ALLEN DR. A. S., Oihce s s eShort bUpper and Mulberry »
res n s e High b Mulberry and Rose
Allen Win. printer at Ky. Statesman Printing Otlice _
. I-`lorence Paris Premium stwlng Machine X0. 60 1-2 e Main St. ·

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  COAL, WOOD YARD ·
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  `O if CORNER OF MUL1:1:1mY AND crirncu swxusms,
i Q LEXINGTON, KY.,
5 AQ Keep constantly on hand all kinds of
il G ill  & Il     all IO ·
  V   Which wo deliver in all parts of thc city nt the lowest priccs.  
l  , Qi? BNLED \\%\Y AND ONVS, CORN ku mc
{   ww mu\ •s\w\\u\. _?
i   GRAIN SOLD IN QUANTITIES T0 SUIT PURCHASERS. L

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V; LEXINGTON (A PP) ntmzcronr. 25 .
_` Allen (`has. cld <·onl1·t·tioncr n s Main li Mill and Broadway
Allen ll. r·l·l whitcwasher at J. l>.'1‘rapps s Mulberry b l'ine tk Winslow
Alexander J. cld iarm hand res s s e Short b Mulberry and Walnut
· Alexander J. W. marble works s s e Main b Walnut and Rose, res w
I s Walnut b Third and l•`ourth.
Alexander Wm. stone eutter res s s e Main b Walnut and Rose
Allen ll. eld iarm hand res s s e Short b Walnut and llewees
Aleuder Mrs. J. H. res s s w Main op Lexington ('etnetery
Alexander Ed. eld drayman res e s w Pine b Spring and Lower
Allen (Grant eld hostler res s s Spring b High and Maxwell
Allen Jerry eld elk Hunts Row
‘ Allen Mr. bds n e eor Short and Broa iway
Allen Wesley eld (Hardin & A.) bds ws s Mulberry b High & Maxwell
ALLEN THOS. W. Attorney at Law and City Attorney,
oiiiee n s e Short b Upper and Mulberry, bds e s n Mul-
berry b Barr and Second.
Allen Harvey cld eart driver res w s Walnut b Barr and Constitution
Allgaier (leo. res s s e Third b Mulberr_y and Walnut
Aliston Humphrey eld laborer res s s s Second b Broadway and
Jetlerson 5 ·
Allbriyht Chas. watchman res e s Henry b Third and Fourth
Allen Henry cld laborer res w s n Mulberry, Bruee`s addition.
Allen llaniel cld laborer res w s n Mulberry, Bruee's addition
Allen Mrs Polly res e s Walnut op Barr
Anglin Tim. tin smith bds s w cor Ayres Alley and Main A
Anderson J. C. Gazet